About Teesnap’s Integration with GolfNow
Teesnap and NBC Sports Next have agreed to collaborate on technology that will allow golf courses using Teesnap software to distribute their tee times in GolfNow’s
tee time marketplace.
The long-term agreement represents Teesnap’s first external distribution relationship, making GolfNow Teesnap’s “Official Online Distribution Partner.” The two organizations will collaborate to enhance the integration of their technologies, which will provide Teesnap’s clients an opportunity to invite more golfers to play their golf courses and become loyal customers.
“Offering our clients more opportunity to enhance their revenue streams and improve their workflows through integrations like the one we’re announcing with GolfNow aligns perfectly with our priorities in 2023 and beyond,” said Gene Pizzolato, President & CEO at Teesnap.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why does GolfNow refer to themselves as NBC Sports Next?
GolfNow is an online tee time reservation service for golf courses that is owned and operated by NBC Sports Group, a division of NBCUniversal. In recent years, GolfNow has been rebranded as NBC Sports Next, which reflects the company’s focus on innovation and its role as a forward-looking technology company within the broader NBC Sports organization.
Does this mean Teesnap has purchased all or a portion of GolfNow?
Teesnap has not purchased an interest in GolfNow. While integration agreements are new for Teesnap, they are not unusual for technology companies. Teesnap and GolfNow will compete and cooperate and maintain a healthy relationship. GolfNow has become Teesnap’s Official Online Distribution Partner.
Does GolfNow have exclusive rights with Teesnap?
GolfNow, nor any other distribution partner, has or will have exclusive rights, integration or otherwise, with Teesnap. Our team at Teesnap intends to create many integration agreements with many software and hardware providers connected to the business of golf.
Does this mean GolfNow can sell my tee times without an agreement with my golf course?
In short, no. If a Teesnap client chooses to sell their tee times through the GolfNow marketplaces, they will enter into an agreement with GolfNow, outside of any agreement they have with Teesnap. Teesnap is providing clients the option to use GolfNow.
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